Pakistan eradicates transport emissions with bio-methane

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Springwise has already covered various sustainable forms of public transport, from electric taxis to travel subscription services. Now the Pakistani city of Karachi will benefit from zero emission public transport. The Green Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network will include 200 buses, all fuelled by bio-methane - essentially, cow dung. The raw materials for this fuel comes from 400,000 buffaloes in the area. Funded by the Green Climate Fund to an amount of USD 49 million out of a total cost of USD 583.5 million, the network will therefore eradicate pollution emissions that damage the environment. Not only is the new network greener,…

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